Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm EDT
stevvns and three others in an attack on the u-s consulate in benghazi tuesday. a battle between police and protestors continued for a fourth day in cairo.and in were seen as protestors smoke stormed the gate of the u-s embassy in tunis.burn, burn, usa. burn, burn usa.... friday's demonstrations were not confined toothe middle east. this was theescene outside the american embassy in london.the protests seem, at least in part, a response to an internet movie trailer produced in the u-s. it angered muslims for its unflattering portrayal of the prophet mohammed.much like the accelerated pace of last year's arab spring, word of the video has spread across the region rapidly through the video in egypt and in ked - libya, where those attacks on american personnel took place tuesday, the scope of which stunned the u-s diplomatic community.an official said friday that arrests had been made in connection with those killings in benghazi.in washington, i'm karin caifa. earlier we told you about how prince george's couuty has keep an eye on speed cameras. cameras. they are doing it speed cameras.
Sep 13, 2012 10:00pm EDT
world uses satellite something happen in one country, it tends to repeat protests spread to benghazi, libya.the u-s ambassador and 3 other diplomats werr killed. matthew van dyke, libyan freedom fighter: "you're talking a country of several million people and these were 20 guys--50 at the most--who attacked, you know, a few pickup trucks of lunatics."van dyke says security needs improved at embassies cross the mid- east.but, americans shoulddsee libya as a strong ally.matthew van dyke, libyan outraged by it as much or more than americans, because they also deal with the shame of their own people having done this. and, they want it taken care of. thhy want toosee justice done."in baltimore, paul gessler, fox45 news at ten. van dyke says he saw the movie middle east..e calls it "amateurish" and "trivial." some... of... the... sparrows point... steelworkers ... who ... accepted their employer's... offer... to... retire in august .../ and... get a... $10,000 bonus.../ are... told... they woo't receive... the money after all. all.that... accordinn ..
Sep 13, 2012 6:00am EDT
oo the u-s consulate complex in benghazi on tuesday, pelting it with gunfire and rooket-propelled grenades. the siege ignited a fire, filling the safe room with smoke, and driving at least one person in it to the roof. in the end, four died, incluuing the u-s ambassadorr to libya, chrii stevens, who helped save bbnghazi during last year's revolution. he's the first u-s ambassador to be killed since 19-79. a life-long friend opened up about the loss. i lost someone whooactually unconditionally loved just about everybody. but i think what the world lost was a great diplomaa who was interested in peace and humanity and really understood the culture of the middle east. a senior staffer at the senate foreign relations committee was also among his friends. this was his cclling in life. he basscally said this is what he was meant to do. and he was willing to take the risk and it's so unfortunate that that risk finally overtooo him. it's tragic, but i think he died living out his life's mission. sean smith, a foreign service information management officer, was also killed. smith